fourdan at xfce.org
Thu Jan 29 23:17:13 CET 2004
Either way, it's a good idea. I'm more familiar with doxygen, but that
doesn't necessarily count much.
On Thu, 2004-01-29 at 22:56, Benedikt Meurer wrote:
> Long time ago I started to play with gtk-doc but I never got it really working
> on my system due to problems with varies depends. Anyway today I decided to
> stop trying to get gtk-doc to work and put doxygen in place. Since doxygen is
> what we are using at work (and its similar to javadoc which I have to use in
> my studies) I am already familar to doxygen. Now my question is: Is there any
> chance for the other devs to document the APIs of the other libraries and
> things like the panel or the MCS manager using doxygen? It would be nice to
> finally got API documentation ready for 4.2 IMHO.
> I started with the utility stuff in libxfce4util, heres what I did sofar:
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